What is Fisher Community Bible Study? What is the Fisher system? The Fisher System is a web-based computer system that provides CBS Community Bible Study class leaders with management tools to help them conduct the class. In addition, it offers useful functions for you as a course participant. You can access the FISHER system at https://fisher.communitybiblestudy.org.
The FISHER system allows adult CBS students to log in to view upcoming course events and lessons, download audio files (if published), manage personal information and preferences, easily invite a friend to class, and answer home study questions online.
What is a community Bible study?
Community Bible Study offers Bible studies for all ages and stages of life, from courses for young children and teenagers to courses for singles and married adults. Community Bible Study promotes discipleship in more than 75 heart languages and more than 100 countries by offering a community-building, verse-by-verse study of God’s transforming Word.
They are in:
North America: USA and Canada.
Americas: Mexico to the top of Argentina, the Americas region has vibrant Latin American and Caribbean cultures. Mexico to the tip of Argentina, the Americas region has vibrant Latin American and Caribbean cultures
East Asia-Pacific: The region stretches over 12,070 km from Mongolia to New Zealand
Europe: The European region includes 13 time zones with a diversity of languages and cultures
Middle East/North Africa: Countries in the Middle East and Africa
South Asia: Countries in South Asia
Sub-Saharan Africa: Countries in sub-Saharan Africa
Community Bible study Community Bible studies use five methods to teach the Bible and impress God’s word on people’s hearts. They are:
How Community Bible Study Teaches God’s Word?
Study at home: Search the Bible through the questions and discover treasures about Jesus that you never knew were there!
Group Discussion: Share your treasures about Jesus with friends while they share theirs with you! Think together about how this can change your life.
Lecture 3: Listen to a lecture that wraps it all up and helps you respond to God’s word and live it week by week.
Commentary: Read a commentary that deepens your mind and challenges your heart.
Care: Love, care, and concern for a group of people learning to love as God has loved.
How to use FISHER for community Bible studies
To log in to FISHER, enter your email address and the password you enter after receiving the welcome email. If you have forgotten your password or want to create one, click Forgot your password? The system will then send you a link to create a new account. Note that passwords must be at least six characters long!
Once logged in, you will be redirected to a page called “Your Classes”. You’ll see snapshots of current and past courses as well as upcoming events. To view long-term events (courses and vacancies) and related dates, click on the “Upcoming Events” tab. You can invite friends to a community Bible study or donate to a ministry by selecting the button on the left side of the page and following the instructions.
To listen to the course recording (if available), click the current course in the Overview tab, or select a previous lesson to find the course you want. Then select the “Download MP3” icon to download the audio file for this week’s lesson. Click “More” to view all documents related to this course or listen to this week’s Kickoff session. (Video lessons of the courses, if available, can also be viewed through these pages.)
To answer home study questions online or read reviews, click My Courses. Choose your course. Next, click “Answer Home Study Questions” next to the lesson. In the text field, you can answer questions and enter the appropriate memory verse for each week. If there is a verse associated with the question, you can hover your mouse over that passage and it will appear. If you want to open the entire section in a new window, click the link. On the right side of the screen, you will see the complete course section. Please be sure to save your work regularly by clicking the “Save My Answers” button. Click the View Comments button to read the comments from the Bible study community. To view the original questions in the course, click the “View Questions” button. All these features are only available on a computer or mobile device if you have a direct Internet connection. Therefore, you may want to download and save your answers or print them to take with you to class.
To edit your profile information, select your name in the top right corner of the screen. Then click on the “Manage Profile” icon. You can change your personal information, such as your email preferences. You can also upload photos. For best photo results, upload photos that have been cropped and resized to 150 x 150 pixels.
To view your manager’s messages, click the inbox icon next to your name in the upper right corner. Then select Show All. By default, these notifications will also be sent to you via email. To disable this forwarding, uncheck the box next to “Send email” below your management profile.
For additional help, including instructional videos and some FAQs, visit the Fisher page of the Community Bible Study website: www.communitybiblestudy.org/fisher
Community Bible Study is committed to making Fisher compatible with the latest version of every supported browser.
Fischer and Fischer Meeting are compatible with the following browsers and versions on your desktop or laptop.
When can I register?
Fisher student registration information will be emailed to new students by the course coordinator within 24 hours of registering for the course.
I forgot my password. Or will I never get the password? Simply click “Forgot Password/Create Password” and Phisher will send you an email with further instructions.
Who can use Fissure?
All course members registered as adults can use the Fisher system. Currently, course participants under the age of 18 cannot register with Fiserv.
What devices does Fischer support?
The Fisher system works with the latest versions of all four major browsers (Edge, Safari, Firefox, and Chrome) on desktop or laptop devices, as well as most tablets and mobile devices running iOS (Apple), Android, or Windows. System.
Should I use Fisher?
No. Whether you use the Fisher system or not, you can take CBS courses without any restrictions.
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